Articles by Matthew Chapman
Websites for the Cambodian armed forces, the Ministry of Public Works and Cambodia's Institute of Standards attacked in operation The Pirate Bay
Nokia admits that a television advert for the Lumia 920 smartphone was not shot using that handset
Amazon UK page fails to warn customers electric shock dog collar is illegal to use in Wales.
Elop promises to wow press at the Windows Phone 8 launch event in New York.
The BitFloor trading website has been hacked and attackers made off with $250K in BitCoin virtual currency
The Instagram-Inspired Socialmatic camera will run Android and have the option of a 3G mobile connection
A group of entrepreneurs and start-up experts share their advice on what not to do.
Oxygen Accelerator, AI Factory, Open Broadcast Systems, Playdemic and the Raspberry Pi Foundation offer key business advice for start-ups.
Children travelling in the back of a car takes just 24 minutes to get bored, claims a report.
Medical technology company Otto Bock HealthCare has launched an artificial limb designed for everyday leisure use.
The autonomous boat powered by a Raspberry Pi mini-computer could be sold as kits.
PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 gamers can take control of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective on 20 September, 2012.
A 38-year-old Bolton man has been charged for his alleged part in a £1m phishing scam that targeted students.
Denying visas to promising candidates heading to the UK to set up businesses will harm the economy, claims business accelerator firm.
Bookmakers Ladbrokes and William Hill back World of Warcraft expansion to break first day sales record, Coral
A TV advert claiming the Vauxhall Ampera electric hybrid car can travel up to 360 miles on a single charge has been banned.
The Raspberry Pi could help establish a Guinness World Record for the highest altitude pictures ever transmitted from a mounted vehicle.
Jolla denies that its first smartphone will have a 3.5in screen or use ACL software to run Android apps.
A status update from Mark Zuckerberg sent enough traffic to the iGrill website to take it offline for two hours.
The first Jolla OS mobile phone will run Android apps and have a 3.5in screen, CEO Jussi Hurmola has revealed.